The Unemployed Graduates Association of Ghana (UGAG) has condemned the Central Regional Minister, Ama Benyiwa Doe’s claim that its members have nothing to offer Ghanaians apart from demeaning themselves in the public.
According to UGAG, the regional minister took a swipe at its members during the handing over of subsidised bags of maize donated by the National Service Scheme to the Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS) at Winneba on Wednesday.
UGAG’s president, Justice Kojo Antwi, told Citi News Hon. Doe got it wrong.
“If you are telling the over 65,000 graduates not to demean themselves because they want their voices to be heard then I think that the minister got it wrong. The association has got a lot of commendation from people outside Ghana so she should review what she said and retract,” he said.
Antwi argued that the association had motivated a number of unemployed to go start up their own business.
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